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Front speakers cut out

I am running the Klipsch Quintett SL's on my Teac and the fronts cut out at about 3 or 4 on the volume. Is there something I can do about this????

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    I have a Teac AG-V2050 that gives me problems with my speakers whenever I have the receiver at low volume. At low volume my right

    speaker will cut off and I can get sound back by quickly turning up

    the volume control. It generally does this intially but plays fine the

    longer I play it.

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Funny you asked! I just got this receiver today, and its the first problem i had. Its the speaker wiring quality. I had thicker better quality wires in center channel speaker and audio was fine. Cheaper thinner on front and kept cutting out on 3 or 4 voulume level. I switched wires just to test and it never cut out again. Audio was fine.Try better thicker wires and u should b alright.

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